Originally designed by Architect David S Gordon for his family in the 1960’s, and now fully restored as a beautiful house for art and living. Interlocking linear forms step down the sloping site, with simple concrete block fin walls separating the spaces. The masonry blade walls run from inside to out, seamlessly cutting through continuous floor to ceiling walls of glass. Cedar ceilings with geometric skylight shafts and feature walls run throughout the building, giving the modern forms a tactile warmth. A simple palette of honest, natural, warm and unadorned materials. The grey of concrete, warmth of timbers and simple painted white surfaces are punctuated by bright colours in furnishings and artwork.